How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


I now have a mailbox at NH... despite not being a regular employee.

I'm here way too often. I can't wait to snag a break for a week or two now that I've got cash stocked up- though that won't happen for a while it looks like. Can't really complain that I'm making money, and after this run of classes, hopefully I'll get some breathing room.

Speaking of class, I had a Neo moment today: "I know Kung-Fu", except it was, "I know struts."

I started teaching it off a website that I found, and discovered that I was in control of the material while I was teaching it.

This is why I don't study that hard- I'm really good at picking things up on the fly (I used to learn couse material by taking the test on the material- by the time I was done with the test, I was able to divine from the questions what I was supposed to know.)

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